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monarchs have been spotted in south texas. last year, seth doane reported their population was down 75%. but tonight he tells us they're making a comeback. >> reporter: hundreds of millions of monarch butterflies cluster for warmth in these trees every winter. we were clearly impressed when we visited mexico last year. there are an estimated 250 million monarch butterflies that winter in this preserve. that sounds like a lot, it certainly looks like a lot. but the butterfly population we saw was actually at an all-time recorded low as overdevelopment and illegal logging decimated the forests. this year, the trees were dripping in butterflies and the skies filled with millions more monarchs. butterfly colonies covered nearly ten acres of forest-- double the area last year. conservationist bill toone says that's great news, but... >> all that has to be kept in perspective with the fact that last year was the lowest number of butterflies in mexico since we started recording in 1993. >> reporter: why the rebound? the mexican government has made progress fighting illegal logging, down 97%.
. we're like forget florida, we're going on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. on our car insurance. great! at progressive, you can compare rates side by side, so you get the same coverage, often for less. wow! that is huge! [ disco playing ] and this is to remind you that you could save hundreds! yeah, that'll certainly stick with me. we'll take it. go, big money! i mean, go. it's your break, honey. same coverage, more savings. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> on wall street, oil prices have been the driving force lately. today, a bit of relief. a new cnn money survey says all of the volatility we have been seeing will subside. alison kosik is at the you know, to explain it all
for another year. with seth's grandparents in ohio their saving grace has been skype. >> you want mommy and dad toe play, okay. >> reporter: 2 years old and whatever comes along with that. sometimes he doesn't want to come along. they can see him, watch him play. things they would never be able to do before. >> technology has been so amazing. >> reporter: what's on your shirt, budy? >> they are lucky to be on a base with fast internet service. >> we know that a lot of families don't get that same -- excuse me, i just feel sorry for those that don't get that pleasure, you know. >> reporter: in 2001 the military divorce rate was lower than the national average. after ten years of deployments it's higher. counselors have even used skype for marital counseling during deployments. >> it can be a double-edged sword. >> reporter: kelly is an advocate for military families and also a sailor's wife who said her husband in iraq got frustrated when their daughter avoided skype. >> why doesn't she want to talk with me and we found out her way of coping with the deployment is out of sight, out of mi
at least, the arguments. we're joined by andrew smiley and seth baronswag who is a business and employment law attorney. seth, the record reflects, unfortunately, some anecdotal or individual acts of gender discrimination, but that's not enough, as you know. there has to be some systemic scrippation to support a class action. of it's what's called commonality of claims. where does that exist here? >> well, the problem is that it does not exist in this case. nobody disagrees with the point that discrimination in the workplace is horrible and intolerable. we all agree on that. can question is, in this case did these six plaintiffs adequately and commonly represent roughly a million workers in 3,500 locations throughout the united states that have undergone discrimination under the last several years through over 170 job classifications? unfortunately, i don't believe that it does. i think the supreme court will reach that conclusion. it doesn't mean that the case can't move forward, that they're not victims, it just has to be positioned properly, and that's the way it has to move forward in
by professor seth stein of northwestern university. >> this was much bigger than we expected to see on that part of the what's call the the japan trench. and one of the things we've been learning everything since 2004 was we used, before 2004 we thought we knew which piece of sub duction zones could have these really big earthquakes. the sumatra earthquake and now this one, what the earth often does, we learn to be pretty humble in the face of the complexities of the earth. the earth has the ability to surprise us. i think none of us expected that anything this big would happen there. >> rose: we continue with the president of georgia, talking about his relationship with russia and the events of 2008. >> america's main value for peoples like us, and there are many of us out there, right s that america, besides having power or economic leverage, it's also an idea t is a much bigger than than just another country. that is what makes america so strong. there is more freedomses it there in the world, it's much more pragmatic. and that's, i think there is nothing that can stop freedom. i
're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards.
search tonight for a man outside a baltimore health club. seth burgess and another man apparently approached the victim on town center drive. the victim said the men hit him in the head with a gun before he was able to run away. they then fired at him while he ran. if you have any information about this attack, call 410-307- 2020. >>> cloudy skies are slowly leaving maryland for now. a live look outside now. some sunshine trying to peek through out there. and it's still chilly. wjz has live first warning weather coverage. bob turk and meteorologist tim williams are updating your first warning forecast. >> chilly, it is. temperatures are running 10, 12, 15 degrees below average this time of year. we normally would see temps in the mid-50s night rite now. only in the low 40s. take a look at these temperatures in the east. from here on east. we're alt 42. buffalo, only 28 right now in the middle of the afternoon. 20 degrees up in mount washington. boston, also only at 38 degrees. now, the cold weather will continue tomorrow as our flow will continue from the north. big high pressure
correspondent seth doane has the story. >> reporter: since rutgers university freshman tyler clementi jumped to his death from the george washington bridge last fall, his parents have not granted interviews. but in a statement on tuesday, they wrote, the past six months have been the most difficult and painful of our lives. authorities say clementi committed suicide just days after his roommate darune ravi and a classmate molly wei, used a web cam to spy on and stream video of his sexual encounter with another man. >> ten years ago we wouldn't have a crime such as this one. people wouldn't be able to secretly record and distribute this type of material as easily as it was done in this case. >> reporter: the two students who've since left rutgers are charged with two counts of invasion of privacy. not linked to the suicide itself. on the rutgers campus, students are acting as their own jury. >> i think the kids didn't know exactly what they were doing. but that doesn't excuse them. >> it was a prank gone wrong. i don't think their intention was for it to get that far. if they would have known
correspondent seth doane is here with the story of the search for three missing american teachers in japan. seth, good morning to you. >> good morning, rebecca. more than 10,000 people are still missing in japan. while the search and recovery goes on there, here at home, there are new stories emerging by the hour. of hope, anxiousness, and answered prayers. >> we urge all those here today to turn their thoughts to those in japan. >> reporter: hope that more survivors will be rescued has not flickered. even nearly 7,000 miles away, at this candlelight vigil in new york city last night. >> let us take some time to meditate. >> reporter: across the country, vigils continue in different forms. like in the kitchen of the anderson home, in midlothian, virginia. 24-year-old taylor anderson was teaching with the janine exchange and teaching program, in one of the hardest-hit areas. >> it stumps us why they just can't get to that area. it's just -- >> reporter: on friday the family received news they didn't want to hear. they say rescuers stopped searching for her. >> now the japanese government is switc
, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. the one time of year red lobster creates so many irresistible ways to treat yourself to lobster. like our new lobster-and-shrimp trio with a parmesan lobster bake, our decadent lobster lover's dream with both sweet maine and buttery rock lobster tails and eleven more choices, each served with a salad and unlimited cheddar bay biscuits. come celebrate lobsterfest right now at red lobster. progresso. oh yes hi. can you please put my grandma on the phone please? thanks. excuse me a sec. another person calling for her grandmother. she thinks it's her soup huh? i'm told she's in the garden picking herbs. she is so cute. okay i'll hold. she's holding. wha? (announcer) progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> you
florida, we're going on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. >>> more now on the remarkable day in libya and the policy and political debates over whether the united states should use military force in the crisis. david gergen and gloria borger joining us now. i want an observation from each. we've all covered dramatic stories. you have a civil war for eight hours. reporters in tripoli literally roll out a red carpet. moammar gadhafi comes into the hotel pumping his fists. he did not speak to the journalists as a group, but he was sending a defiant message there. he knows the world is debating what to do. >> that's right. and he's a nut case. he's so unpredictable. but he has bigger guns and bigger
're like forget florida, we're going on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. somewhere in america, a city comes to life. it moves effortlessly, breathes easily. it flows with clean water. it makes its skyline greener and its population healthier. all to become the kind of city people want to live and work in. somewhere in america, we've already answered some of the nation's toughest questions. and the over sixty thousand people of siemens are ready to do it again. siemens. answers.
on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. the unlikely birthplace of a fundamental idea. it's where ethel percy andrus found a retired teacher living because she could afford nothing else. ethel couldn't ignore the clear need for health and financial security. and it inspired her to found aarp. for over 50 years, we've continued that work, to help all americans pursue their best life. discover more of what we do, for every generation at aarp.org. >>> we've been reporting tonight on the gadhafi regime's efforts to control thea message as it cracks down in libya. tonight, a man who says he's a freedom fighter, that's what he calls himself. he's an eyewitness to the battle of zawia. we spoke to him earlier. what di
upon a alien on the way named paul, played by seth roggin. >> what's your name? >> paul. >> what's his name? >> writer. >> i'm paul. >> kidnap a girl on the way played by christie wiig, pursued by jason bateman and a very esteemed hollywood actress. and bill and joe also in pursuit. it's a rip-roaring comedy adventure. >> do you agree with that assessment? absolutely. i just laughed he would call it rupp-roaring. i'm not sure feat for us to decide. >> its for everybody else. i always go with a recorder to see if anybody it rip-roaring. i don't know what a rip-roaring laugh sound like. do you want to do it? >> starts small and gets big. you chuckle and descend into a massive gafaw. >> i'm going to try one. >> whoa. >> i think at that point your heart explodes. >> are you going to probe us? >> why does everyone assume that. what am i doing, harvesting farts? >> paul can't -- as far as he's concerned they've never done that. it seems an odd thing to do. they don't have -- >> they take blood. everyone does. >> if they have to. but, yeah, we just had this -- we had this idea straight from t
. on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. fortunately, there's senokot-s tablets. senokot-s for occasional constipation associated with certain medications. save $3 right now. go to getconstipationrelief.com. >>> let's get back to jack. he's got the cafferty file. >> the question this hour is what's the answer to worsening relations between the u.s. and mexico? john says the answer is to enclose the border and then enforce it. look at the success israel had. once we do this we can stop the shipment of arms to mexico, the shipment of drugs to the u.s. and the flow of illegals into the country. what's the real reason the u.s. government refuses to do this? it can be done, but clearly they don't want to. richard in pennsylvania. it's tim
in to continue working on seth up the cooling system. but again, i underline this new development today in reactor number two, the big challenge will be if there's a leak if there's a crack in the containment vessel, then that water is going to keep on coming out. so that's the big thing is we look at the week ahead. >> okay. so i hesitate to bring this up, but i'm going to because over the weekend, trace amounts of radiation linked to the japanese plant were found in massachusetts rainwater. i wouldn't think it could travel that for but should anybody be worried about this? >> carol, i'm glad you are asking this question. and i live in massachusetts. and the question is a flat 100% no. people should not be worrying about this. these are trace amounts. they have no -- will have no impact on human health in the u.s. we get radiation every day anyway from other sources. and not all radiation is created equal. it depends on the type of radiation it is. how long you are exposed to it. a lot of different factors. so just because you read radiation in the europe newspap thr on tv, you should
forget florida, we're going on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to name it. sethasauraus. really. your points from chase sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel? means better vacations. that's incredible. believe it...with chase sapphire preferred your points are worth 25% more on travel when booked through ultimate rewards. ♪ >> all right. half past the hour on this "american morning." let's bring in christine romans. the airlines and the fees. new ones here. these fees or paying for services? >> both. everything on the plane except recirculated air and the toilet has a charge. >> the seat belts. >> the seat belts are free. continental, no more free pretzels, no more free sugar cookie. they are expected to save $2.8 million every year. snack packs start at $3.95. complimentary snack is over. and think of these of all these potential new fees. a charge for reclining seats, weather insurance. you can take a wager on whether the plane will take off. high end m
seconds left? >> the gentleman has 19 seconds left. >> do you want 19 seth -- seconds jeff? >> i would like to just for the record talk about their rig count real quickly, the rigs that are out there that are claiming in the gulf of mexico, those rigs may not be drilling. is that correct? so it doesn't do us any good to to -- drilling. >> correct. rigs could certainly be there not drilling. i can speak to the longer-term issue of how fast it could recover. >> the time of the gentleman has expired and there is a desire for second round so i will certainly recognize the gentleman. the gentleman from utah's time has expired. there is a desire for second round. i have one question of mr. holt and then finish up with mr. landry. dr. foss, there have been records that have been -- between that price differential of the world crude in the west texas and the suggestion is because this has been the rise or the impact of north dakota. and i understand that new production probably would have an impact on the world prices but is this difference in price an indication that more domestic production
this is on the rise so it's sething people have to take care of. you talked about things people can do. you know, at some point you may have to see a doctor. >> yeah. >> this becomes chronic. not just once in a while because my son is having trouble in school or i'm having trouble at work or my husband, it's something mo-- >> correct. it could be an underlying condition. not just primary insomnia which has no known cause. investigate the cause with your doctor. first of all, emotionally you can be suffering from depression, anxiety. you can have multiple medical problems like arthritis, thyroid disease, reflux. if you're a shift worker and you work at night and sleep during the day that can be a cause. certain medications, caffeine, if you drink caffeine after 2:00, big problem. that's a no-no. alcohol, drugs. there are lots of sleep disorders that can be identified such as sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome. >> once you checked off that you don't have a medical condition and you're maybe just exhausted because of stress, you talked about a walk. one thing i used to do was write down before i
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